3 items from 2016
Coming out of Hannover (Germany) and London (UK), Maximono is a fresh new house music duo that is making their mark with a one-of-a-kind, natural good vibes sound. With releases on Dirtybird, Cuff and their very own newly founded record label This Ain’t Bristol, Maximono is killing it at every level in the scene right now. They’ve successfully brought over their distinctive sound design that merge influences of bass, hip hop, jungle and more to generate an original, groovy blend of sounds that will have you dancing all night long.
We got a chance to sit down with This Ain’t Bristol co-founders in Miami recently to discuss their plans for the upcoming year and speak about artist influences that have helped them get to where they are today.
Check it out below, and enjoy!
How do you guys like Miami like Miami so far?
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- Emily Hall
UK’s top dance festival, Creamfields, is known for going big. Now, however, they’re going even bigger. After seven consecutive sell-outs, the event is returning this summer and has added a fourth day.
With 28 stages across the weekend to explore and over 200 acts celebrating all that is good in electronic music, the global powerhouse that is Creamfields will play host this year to acts including Calvin Harris, Tiestö, Avicii, Axwell & Ingrosso, Jack Ü, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Hardwell, Above & Beyond, Martin Garrix, Fatboy Slim, Oliver Heldens, Mk, DJ Ez, Annie Mac, Hannah Wants, Steve Aoki, Eric Prydz, Mistajam, Armin van Buuren, Andy C, Roni Size, Jamie Jones, Tchami, Pete Tong and many, many more.
As well as featuring an array of exclusive performances, 2016 introduces a host of new arenas, including Smash The House, Hard Fest Presents, Andy C Presents Ram, Sexy By Nature, Cream Classics and the Terrace, they »
- Matt Joseph
Electric Daisy Carnival (Edc), UK will return to the Milton Keynes National Bowl for another year of world-class performances and unforgettable experiences on Saturday 9 July 2016. Joining the already announced headline acts, Avicii and Axwell ^ Ingrosso, are more than 30 of the biggest names in house, trance, dance and drum ‘n’ bass.
Eric Prydz will be performing on the kineticFIELD Stage, showcasing his highly anticipated debut album ‘Opus’. Also appearing for the first time at Edc UK are Oliver Heldens, the pop-house driven Dutchman behind chart topper ‘Gecko (Overdrive)’ and Robin Schulz, whose latest album ‘Sugar’ has established him as one of the most successful German club acts to date. Electro house producer behind Madonna’s Mdna, Martin Solveig and 19-year-old electronic music prodigy, Martin Garrix also join the kineticFIELD Stage.
Heading to Edc’s circuitGROUNDS stage hosted by Bassrush, Dutch electronic music trio Noisia join the line up, alongside the ground-breaking »
- Matt Joseph
3 items from 2016
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